Stepping back in time, I visited Canada’s province of Newfoundland twice in the late 1980s. Tiny villages hugged the coast, and people made their living by venturing out in tiny boats, where they fished for cod. It was a simple life that people seemed to love, though it all came to a screeching halt when the cod fishery was fished out.
In this photograph, the pink shed contrasted nicely with the wooden boat, and it spoke to me of a way of life that was passing.
LIMITED EDITION: This photographic print is part of a limited edition produced by photographer Lee Rentz. The edition consists of 250 prints, which includes all sizes and methods of printing.
Author: Lee H. Rentz
© 1988 Lee H. Rentz, All Rights Reserved
Photo size: 1.5 Mpixels (4.21 MB uncompressed) - 1470x1000 pixels (4.9x3.3 in / 12.4x8.5 cm at 300 ppi)